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Camo wrapped

Discussion in 'Off-Roading & Trails' started by 95.5 taco, Jan 13, 2011.

  1. 95.5 taco

    95.5 taco [OP] Greenhorn

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    Kyle Osborne
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    95.5 taco 3" lift 33" BFG KM2s
    3" lift, 33" BFG KM2s, alot more to come soon!!
    Wasnt exactly sure where to put this but does anyone have there truck wrapped? Only person i no of is Max4Yota. Im getting my whole truck wrapped in Max 4 soon! But im wondering about durability and fading. Any help or opinions appreciated. Thanks
     
  2. arrowthrower

    arrowthrower Well-Known Member

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    I wrapped a Jeep Wrangler in it. You start from the back of the vehicle and wrap towards the front. Make sure that all the corners are glued down in the front. It will try to peel off after use. I off roaded mine and the wrap help up great. I also made sure i sanded down and painted everything before I wrapped it. Doesn't matter what it looks like under neath right!! The wrap sold the Jeep for me. I got $1000 more for it then I would have without it. I ran it for almost 1 year with the wrap with no problems other then some of the corners in the front trying to peel up. But i would just put some more adhesive on there and press it down. Hope this helps.

    PS> It is great for offroading also because it will not show tree limb scratches and mud washing off easy.
     
  3. 95.5 taco

    95.5 taco [OP] Greenhorn

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    95.5 taco 3" lift 33" BFG KM2s
    3" lift, 33" BFG KM2s, alot more to come soon!!
    thanks alot man especially for the (PS) part! thats really exactly what im askin. and sorry i didnt mention it but somebody else is doin it for me. i would do it myself but im getting it done for like 500 so i think itd be worth it considering no labor on my part :D
     
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